For a couple of months now, Maricopa County, Arizona has been performing its forensic audit on the election results from November and I'm sure I speak for many of us when I say that we are beyond excited to hear what they find.
On Flag Day, which also happens to be President Trump's birthday, they are expecting to wrap up the counting.
But there is also a lot going on in Georgia right now, so much so that former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik spoke to Steve Bannon about it this week on The War Room.
Kerik said that there were still more than 17,000 ballots that were still "missing" in just Fulton County alone. Fulton County, of course, is the county of Georgia where Atlanta is seated.
"You have a number of investigations in Georgia and one primary in Fulton County, Steve, that I predict that over the next three or four weeks is going to be explosive. And I think it’s basically going to come back and vindicate everything the President and Rudy Giuliani, and I have been saying for the last six months. The election was st0len. Basically the Republican legislators didn’t do their job. They allowed this certification of the votes… The Secretary of State of Georgia, he allowed that certification. He had 174 missing batches in the Fulton County count. 174! That’s 17,400 ballots that were missing and they knew about it. There’s no way they didn’t know. They had to know. That would have put Donald Trump over the edge to win Georgia. Just that alone. But there’s a lot more coming and it’s going to come out through these investigations. There’s subpoenas being issued. There’s depositions being taken. I think you’re going to see some explosive material in the next two or three weeks…"
I remain confident that following these forensic audits, there is going to be enough evidence brought forward that will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt who the real winner of the election was. How that may play out is another story and I really have no idea how that may go.